Twenty one-year-old, multi-faceted artist Danielle Bradbery is stepping into her own lane with her sophomore album I DON’T BELIEVE WE’VE MET, out now on BMLG Records. As the title suggests, Bradbery re-introduced herself after taking time since her debut LP to focus on the writing process and for the first time, infusing her own story into her songs – penning seven of the album’s 10 tracks. Lead single “Sway,” written alongside Johan Fransson and GRAMMY®-winning songwriter Emily Weisband, perfectly infuses her Pop, R&B, soul and Country influences. The video for the single hit the No. 1 spot on iTunes upon release. Her current single is “Worth It!” Bradbery recently earned her first CMT Music Awards nomination for Performance of the Year with Thomas Rhett and Nick Jonas for their performance of “Close” on CMT Crossroads. The Texas native has worked on fine-tuning her unique sound since getting her start winning Season 4 of NBC’s The Voice, where she soon found success with singles including the GOLD-certified “The Heart of Dixie” and “Young in America” off her self-titled debut album. Since then, Bradbery has joined the bill with notable acts like Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley, Miranda Lambert, Brett Eldredge, Hunter Hayes and Scotty McCreery. In addition to playing festivals throughout the summer, she has frequently surprised crowds on Thomas Rhett’s HOME TEAM TOUR to perform their intoxicating duet “Playing With Fire” from the deluxe version of his sophomore album.
Mitchell Tenpenny is an industry insider/outlier. Someone who has a local’s appreciation for the origins of Nashville and keen focus on what happens outside of Music City. The rugged individualist operates with complete confidence and comfort in the space between contradictory themes. He is a creative thinker with a keen business sense. He is fiercely competitive, but is equally vocal proponent for his industry colleagues. He finds inspiration in music as diverse as Michael Jackson and the Oak Ridge Boys. And none of that seems the least bit unusual or out of whack to the Nashville native with an industry pedigree (his grandmother was industry legend Donna Hilley who shaped the musical landscape of country music as CEO of Sony/ATV Music Publishing). He lives his life and his budding musical career on both ends of the spectrum.
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